Ravens Help Baltimore Residents In Water Crisis
(Baltimore, MD) -- The Baltimore Ravens are doing their part to help residents impacted by the E. coli contamination.
The team helped deliver pallets of water to the Middle Branch park distribution location while the city's boil water advisory continues due to the contamination.
So thankful to the @Ravens and @Obafemi30 for supporting our Middle Branch Water Distribution Site this morning. Times like this always brings the best out of Baltimore and the @ravens commitment to our city off the field continues to show that they are a 🌎 class organization. pic.twitter.com/vYMaacHcE6— Brandon M. Scott (@MayorBMScott) September 9, 2022
The move came as the Baltimore Department of Public Works announced a partial lifting of the advisory for a portion of the city and areas of concern in southern Baltimore County.
Residents living where the advisory has been lifted are being encouraged to run all cold water taps for fifteen minutes and begin with opening the faucets in the lower part of the home or business before opening other faucets in the home moving from the lowest floor to the highest level.